Stray’s famous cat is about to venture out to Mac computers running on Apple Silicon chips.
According to Engadget, since its launch, Stray has been critically acclaimed by game critics. Following the recent announcement that the game is about to be released for Xbox, now the expansion continues as Stray officially confirms it is coming to Apple Mac devices.
Accordingly, Stray will be available for all models using Apple’s silicon chips, from the most powerful Mac Studio computer to the standard MacBook Air laptop. This is probably sad news for fans of older Macs with Intel processors
There’s no specific release date yet, but developer BlueTwelve Studio and publisher Annapurna Interactive are urging fans to follow their Twitter account for the latest information.
Stray launched last year for PS4, PS5, and PC (via Steam). The game has consistently received rave reviews and a number of awards, including Best Independent Game (best indie game) and Best Debut Indie Game (best launched indie game). The Game Awards.
Stray coming to the Mac is good news for fans who want Apple’s gaming business to grow further. For years (decades in fact), the platform has struggled to attract top developers and high-quality titles. This has been changing thanks to the power of silicon chipsets and modern game development tools like MetalFX.
Recently, the famous space game No Man’s Sky has also come to Mac and this platform currently owns notable titles such as Resident Evil: Village, Hades, Disco Elysium